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  • 30 Hits - Jewish Music and Yiddish Songs - The Best of The Jewish Starlight Orchestra - Full Album


    The Best of Jewish, Yiddish, Hebrew and Klezmer Music and Songs. The Most Beautiful album of Traditional Jewish music and Yiddish music. Israeli Music. Israeli Songs. Content : Hatikva (National Anthem of Israël), Yerushalayim Shel Zahav, Hava Nagila and Many More. 30 Greatest Hits - 90 Minutes. The best of Jewish songs. Hebrew songs. Israel songs. Israel Music. Lo Mejor de la Música Judía. Las Mejores Canciones y melodías judías. Música Hebrea Judía. Música Yidish y Canciones Yidish. Muzyka żydowska i klezmerska. Najpiękniejsze piosenki żydowskie. Piosenki i Muzyka Jidysz i Hebrajskie. Hymn Izraela. Chansons Hebraïques et Musiques Hebraïques. Les Plus Grands Succès. Le meilleur des Musiques Israéliennes et Chansons Israéliennes. Hymne National d'Israël. Hymne National Israélien. Chansons Juives et Musiques Juives.


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    Titles :

    01. 00:00:00 - Hatikva
    02. 00:03:59 - Y’Rushalayim
    03. 00:06:48 - Osse Shalom
    04. 00:10:37 - Ershter Vals
    05. 00:14:00 - Hava Nagila
    06. 00:17:18 - 7 Uhr 40
    07. 00:20:20 - Shalom Aleichem
    08. 00:23:59 - Oyfn Pripetshik
    09. 00:26:45 - My Yiddishe Mama
    10. 00:29:58 - Foolish Freilach Dance
    11. 00:32:55 - Tchiribim Tchiribom
    12. 00:35:48 - Avinu Malkeinu
    13. 00:38:08 - Mazel Tov !
    14. 00:42:33 - Korim Lanu Lalechet Dance
    15. 00:44:59 - Tzena Tzena Tzena
    16. 00:47:23 - Bar Mitzvah Dance
    17. 00:50:46 - Erev Shel Shoshanim
    18. 00:53:56 - Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen
    19. 00:56:22 - Jewish Wedding Dance
    20. 00:59:42 - Tumbalalaika
    21. 01:02:33 - Yossel Yossel
    22. 01:04:55 - Dona Dona
    23. 01:08:21 - Lech Lamidbar Dance
    24. 01:11:30 - Arbetlose Marsch
    25. 01:13:52 - Yerushalayim Shel Zahav
    26. 01:16:42 - The Ballad Of Joshua
    27. 01:19:51 - Eileh Khamda Libi Dance
    28. 01:22:18 - Flatbush Waltz
    29. 01:25:16 - Tantz Tantz Yidelekh
    30. 01:27:24 - Hatikva (Short Version)

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  • Jerusalem Of Gold


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    Jerusalem Of Gold · André Rieu · Johann Strauss Orchestra


    ℗ 2017 André Rieu Productions Holding B.V., under exclusive license to Polydor/Island, a division of Universal Music GmbH

    Released on: 2017-11-24

    Producer: André Rieu
    Composer Lyricist: Naomi Shemer
    Arranger, Work Arranger: André Rieu

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Anja Bukovec - Jewish Town by John Williams


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    Anja Bukovec, passionate and young, won the gold medal awarding her performance and new composition at the festival, by vivid preformance over two 20 minutes long movements and did It in the spirit of true athletes.
    Berliner Morgenpost, DE, 2004 (Young Euro Classic Festival, Berlin)

    Perfection, temperament and obvious joy to play.
    Haaretz, Israel, 2008 (National opera, Tel Aviv)

    Anja Bukovec's violin playing is distinctive, highly virtuosic and hand in hand with error-free performance. She is dedicated and disciplined.
    Washington Times, USA, 2008 (Kennedy Center, Washington)

    World premiere was a refreshment to the ears and soul. Anja Bukovec impressed the audience with her temperament which can rarely be seen and heard on the concert stages and at the same time she had impressed with the Pop-star glamor. Her playing and performance were simply amazing. As listening to Gidon Kremer.
    Lausitzer Rundschau, DE, 2009 (Staats Teater, Cottbus)

    Velvety sounding gentle tones of Anja Bukovec's violin, complemented with vivacious rhythms set off the audience.
    Radio Television Portugal, 2008 (Palacio Foz, Lisboa)

    Chances to come across such a temperament performer as is violinist Anja Bukovec are rare. Her playing as well as stage performance are charming.
    Radiotelevision Espanola, ESP, 2008 (Conde Duque, Madrid)

    The highlight of the evening was Anja Bukovec, an unusually passionate musician, whose poignant solo passages of Vivaldi's Four Seasons, lifted the spirit of the audience.
    Daily Telegraph, 2001 (Sydney)

    Anja is a superb musician and popular media personality. Her technical perfection is complemented by a recognizable style, unique interpretation and communication with the audience. She is known and respected person, who had been raising the figure of cultural ambassador by studying in Ljubljana, Prague, Cologne and Vienna. She performs as a soloist, wins international awards and fascinates the audiences all over the world.

    Her records, Gemini (2007), Follow (2008) and Chameleon (2009) have appeared on the top of the popular charts and are best sellers among the Slovenian classical records.
    To this day, she has been collaborating with Alban Berg Quartet, world acclaimed conductors as En Shao, Uroš Lajovic, Marko Letonja, multiple BAFTA award winner Christopher Gunning and top German artists Die Fantastichen 4.

    She proves, on a regular basis, that classical music is not reserved only for connoisseurs and that wide audiences can be reached, If presented in a kind way that can reach both younger and older generations.
    She always enjoys excellent expert reviews, often being compared with the world's greatest names. Her concerts are sold out, New Year's events are synonymous for exclusivity and, due to special request, she had even performed for Her Majesty Queen Elisabeth II.


    Anja ist eine ausgezeichnete Violinistin und eine beliebte Medienpersönlichkeit. Bei technischer Vollendung hebt Sie sich ab wegen des erkennbaren Stils, einer einzigartigen Interpretation und der Kommunikation mit dem Publikum. Sie ist eine erkennbare und geschätzte Person, die an ihrer Persönlichkeit als Kulturbotschafterin, während einer Ausbildung in Ljubljana, Prag, Köln und Wien gefeilt hat. Sie tritt als Solistin auf, erobert internationale Preise und begeistert das Publikum überall auf der Welt.

    Ihre Platten Gemini (2007), Follow (2008), Chameleon (2009) erschienen an den Spitzen der populären Hitlisten und sind die best verkauften Platten mit klassischer Musik in Slowenien.
    Sie hat mit dem Alban Berg Quartet zussamengearbeitet, mit weltberühmten Dirigenten wie En Shao, Uroš Lajovic, Marko Letonja, dem mehrfachen Gewinner der BAFTA Preise für Filmkomposition Christopher Gunning sowie auch mit den größten deutschen Popauthoren Die Fantastischen 4.

    Sie beweist regelmäßig, dass die klassische Musik nicht nur für Kenner reserviert ist, und dass sie ein breites Spektrum an Menschen erreicht, wenn sie auf eine Art vorgestellt wird, die durch einen warmen Vortrag anspricht, und somit sowohl die junge als auch die ältere Generationen vereinigt. Sie bekommt immer spitzenmäßige Kritik bei Kennern, die sie mit den größten Namen vergleichen. Ihre Konzerte sind ausverkauft, die Neujahrsveranstaltungen sind ein Synonym für Exklusivität, auf einen besonderen Wunsch hin ist sie auch für Ihre Majestät, britische Königin Elisabeth II aufgetreten.

  • Beautiful Piano Music 24/7 • Study Music, Relaxing Music, Sleep Music, Meditation Music


    Beautiful piano music 24/7 live stream featuring relaxing music by me, Peder B. Helland. Suitable as study music, sleep music, meditation music and background music. I hope you enjoy! 😊

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    Many of these piano pieces are available on the album Bright Future. You can stream or purchase the album here:

    Track list of Bright Future:
    1. Always ★89
    2. Our Journey ★122
    3. Together ★128
    4. Our Future ★92
    5. Rose Petals ★132
    6. A New Day ★97
    7. Bedtime Lullaby ★98
    8. A Long Time Ago ★99
    9. I Will Remember ★95
    10. Bright Future ★96

    📜 Message from the composer and creator of Soothing Relaxation:
    I am a composer from Norway and I started this channel with a simple vision: to create a place that you can visit whenever you want to sit down and relax. I compose music that can be labeled as for example: sleep music, calm music, yoga music, study music, peaceful music, beautiful music and relaxing music. I love to compose music and I put a lot of work into it.

    Thank you very much for listening and for leaving feedback. Every single day I am completely astonished by all your warm support and it really inspires me to work even harder on my music. If you enjoy my work, I would be very happy if you decided to subscribe and join our community. Have a wonderful day or evening!

    - Peder B. Helland, composer for Soothing Relaxation

    ☀️ Relevant hashtags:
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    Video clip licensed from BananaRepublic via Pond5.

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  • Williams: Schindlers List: Jewish Town - Korynta · Prague Film Orchestra


    John Williams: Schindler's List: Jewish Town
    George Korynta - conductor · Violin solo: Michaela Štrausová · Prague Film Orchestra / Recorded at Saint Market Church, Prague on 14th of October 2012

    Cameras: Martin Vinš, Jan Hrušovský & Jakub Šebek

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  • Mozart - Symphonies No.1- 20


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    A musical compilation of Mozart's Symphonies.
    Track list:
    1. Mozart - Symphony No.1 in E Flat Major, K. 16 (FULL) 0:00:00
    2. Mozart - Symphony No.2 in B flat major, KV 17 0:10:59
    3. Mozart - Symphony No.5 in B flat, K. 22 (FULL) 0:22:08
    4. Mozart - Symphony No.6 in F Major, K. 43 0:28:55
    5. Mozart - Symphony No.8 in D Major, K. 48 0:42:06
    6. Mozart - Symphony No.9 in C Major, K. 73 0:55:02
    7. Mozart - Symphony No.14 in A Major, K.114 1:06:42
    8. Mozart - Symphony No.15 in G Major, K. 124 1:23:46
    9. Mozart - Symphony No.16 in C Major, K. 128 1:36:03
    10. Mozart - Symphony No.17 in G Major, K. 129 1:47:51
    11. Mozart - Symphony No.19 in E flat major, K. 132 1:59:42
    12. Mozart - Symphony No.20 in D Major, K. 133 2:17:38

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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756 -- 5 December 1791), baptised as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era.

    Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood. Already competent on keyboard and violin, he composed from the age of five and performed before European royalty.

    At 17, he was engaged as a court musician in Salzburg, but grew restless and travelled in search of a better position, always composing abundantly.

    While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was dismissed from his Salzburg position. He chose to stay in the capital, where he achieved fame but little financial security. During his final years in Vienna, he composed many of his best-known symphonies, concertos, and operas, and portions of the Requiem, which was largely unfinished at the time of his death. The circumstances of his early death have been much mythologized. He was survived by his wife Constanze and two sons.

    He composed over 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, operatic, and choral music. He is among the most enduringly popular of classical composers, and his influence on subsequent Western art music is profound; Beethoven composed his own early works in the shadow of Mozart, and Joseph Haydn wrote that posterity will not see such a talent again in 100 years.

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  • The Best of Mozart


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    1. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: I. Allegro (00:00)
    2. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: II. Romanze - Andante (07:45)
    3. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: III. Menuetto - Allegretto (12:50)
    4. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: IV. Rondo - Allegro (14:50)
    5. Symphony No 35 in D major, K. 385 (Haffner Symphony): I. Allegro con spirito (20:08)
    6. Symphony No 35 in D major, K. 385 (Haffner Symphony): IV. Presto (25:54)
    7. Symphony No 40 in G minor, KV. 550: I. Molto Allegro (29:53)
    8. The Magic Flute: Overture (37:29)
    9. The Marriage of Figaro: Overture (44:41)
    10. String Quartet No. 23 in F major, K. 590: I. Allegro moderato (49:12)
    11. String Quartet No. 23 in F major, K. 590: IV. Allegro (58:13)
    12. String Quartet No. 20 in D major, K. 499: II. Menuetto and Trio. Allegretto (1:03:17)
    13. Violin Sonata No. 26 in B-flat major, K. 378: III. Rondo. Allegro (1:06:38)
    14. Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major, K. 467: II. Andante (1:10:46)
    15. Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major, K. 488: I. Allegro (1:16:25)
    16. Piano Sonata No. 11 in A major, K. 331: III. Alla Turca (1:27:15)
    17. Clarinet Concerto in A major, K. 622: II. Adagio (1:29:35)
    18. Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major, K. 216: I. Allegro (1:36:36)
    19. Flute Concerto No. 2 in D major, K. 314: II. Adagio non troppo (1:46:08)
    20. Horn Concerto No. 3 in E-flat major, K. 447: II. Romance. Larghetto (1:51:36)

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756 – 5 December 1791) was a prolific and influential composer of the classical era.
    Born in Salzburg, Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood. Already competent on keyboard and violin, he composed from the age of five and performed before European royalty. Mozart was engaged as a musician at the Salzburg court, but grew restless and traveled in search of a better position. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was dismissed from his Salzburg position. He chose to stay in the capital, where he achieved fame but little financial security. During his final years in Vienna, he composed many of his best-known symphonies, concertos, and operas, and portions of the Requiem, which was largely unfinished at the time of his early death at the age of 35. The circumstances of his early death have been much mythologized.

    He composed more than 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, operatic, and choral music. He is among the most enduringly popular of classical composers, and his influence is profound on subsequent Western art music. Ludwig van Beethoven composed his own early works in the shadow of Mozart, and Joseph Haydn wrote: posterity will not see such a talent again in 100 years.

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    The very best of Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Vivaldi, Schubert, Handel, Liszt, Haydn, Strauss, Verdi, Brahms, Wagner, Mahler, Rossini, Ravel, Grieg, Ravel, Dvorák…

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  • Capriccio for Piano


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    Capriccio for Piano · Jonathan Aner

    Tzvi Avni: Music for Piano

    ℗ Israel Music Institute under exclusive license to Kame'a - Independent Music

    Released on: 2011-07-01

    Composer: Tzvi Avni

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  • Schindlers list - John Williams - NL orchestra


    Simone Lamsma (violin) - Davida Scheffers (cor anglais)
    Watch til the end, emotion guaranteed...
    Davida Scheffers has lived her dream in winning a contest and the opportunity to play with the dutch Orchestra. Davida suffers from an extremely painful neuromuscular condition that derailed her career, and she thought she would never get to play in a professional orchestra again... The young blond lady is her daughter and was 18 years old that day.
    - All racist or offensive comments will be reported and deleted.
    - Video from RTL Netherlands show.
    - Special thanks to RTL NL for not blocking this video for copyrighting, masterpiece of human feelings representation through music. It had to be shared...

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  • AYiddishe Mamme


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    AYiddishe Mamme · Itzhak Perlman/Israel Philharmonic Orchestra/Dov Seltzer

    Tradition - Itzhak Perlman plays familiar Jewish Melodies

    ℗ 1987 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

    Musicians: Itzhak Perlman
    Clarinet, Musicians: Israel Zohar (2, 3, 5, 8)
    Lead Vocals: Itzhak Perlman
    Lead Vocals: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Conductor, Lead Vocals: Dov Seltzer
    Orchestra: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Violin: Itzhak Perlman
    Producer: John Fraser
    Tonmeister: John Kurlander
    Arranger: Dov Seltzer
    Composer: Lew Pollack

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  • The Best of Wagner


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    The Mastersingers of Nuremberg, I: Overture
    The Mastersingers of Nuremberg, Act III: Prelude ( 10:44 )
    The Mastersingers of Nuremberg, Act III: Dance of the Apprentices ( 16:37 )
    Lohengrin, WWV 75, I: Prelude ( 19:00 )
    Lohengrin, III: Prelude ( 27:57 )
    The Valkyrie, WWV 86B, III: The Ride of the Valkyries ( 30:21 )
    The Valkyrie, III: Magic Fire Music ( 36:20 )
    Parsifal, WWV 111: Overture ( 39:52 )
    Parsifal, III: Good Friday Spell ( 42:02 )
    Rienzi, the Last of the Tribunes, WWV 49, I: Overture ( 46:00 )
    Tannhäuser, WWV 70, I: Overture ( 51:17 )
    The Flying Dutchman, WWV 63, I: Overture ( 1:06:22 )
    Tristan and Isolde, WWV 90, I: Prelude ( 1:16:53 )

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    The very best of Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Vivaldi, Schubert, Handel, Liszt, Haydn, Strauss, Verdi, Brahms, Wagner, Mahler, Rossini, Ravel, Grieg, Ravel, Dvorák…

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  • Aharon Harlap, Piano Concerto No 1


    Aharon Harlap, Piano Concerto No. 1

    1. Poco allegretto
    2. Andante cantabile
    3. Allegro con spirit

    Revital Hachamoff, piano
    Haifa Symphony Orchestra
    Stanley Sperber, conductor

    Aharan Harlap is born on November 9, 1941 - Chatham, Ontario, Canada

    The Canadian-born Israeli composer and conductor, Aharon Harlap, began his musical career in Canada as a pianist. He completed his studies in Music and Mathematics at the University of Manitoba in 1963, and in 1964 immigrated to Israel. He studied composition under P. Racine Fricker at London's Royal College of Music and Oedoen Partos at the Rubin Academy of Music in Tel Aviv. He also studied conducting with Sir Adrian Boult in London, Hans Swarowsky in Vienna and Gary Bertini in Israel.

    Aharon Harlap is one of Israel’s most prominent and well known composers and conductors. He is widely known as an orchestral, operatic and choral conductor and has appeared as guest conductor with orchestras and opera houses in Canada, the USA, Europe and South Africa. His own compositions have also been performed in all of these countries, including works for choir, chamber ensembles and symphony orchestras. In Israel he has appeared as guest conductor with most of the major orchestras, including the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Haifa Symphony Orchestra, Israel Sinfonette Beer Sheva, Kibbutzim Chamber Orchestra, Israel Chamber Orchestra and Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra.

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  • a Jewish prayer with oldest biblical wind instrument, shofar - Yamma Ensemble


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    An ancient Jewish prayer - Mi'mekomcha by Rabbi Carlebach
    ממקומך, הרב קרליבך - אנסמבל יאמה - מתוך קדושה לתפילת שחרית

    One of the thrilling moments of our concert appears when Yonnie plays the shofar.
    It's the only biblical instrument that is still in use exactly as it was back then in old times.
    The shofar is an ancient Jewish liturgical instrument. A natural trumpet, made from a ram's horn.
    This blast of biblical horn is believed by the Jewish faith to open up the gates of heaven.
    The Shofar is the Jewish calling voice. It was used in ancient Israel to announce the New Moon (Rosh Chodesh) and call people together.
    we meet it in the bible during times of joy and war and in the temple. The Shofar is related to forgiveness and mercy month and it is blown in every Israeli community during Rosh Hashanah (New Year). The blasts of the shofar are wake-up calls. Rosh Hashanah is the time to shake out of our spiritual slumber, reconnect to our source, and recommit to our divine mission in this world. It is considered a mitzvah (commandment) to hear the shofar blown. Using the Shofar as a musical instrument is rare.This blast of biblical horn is believed by the Jewish faith to open up the gates of heaven.


    From your place - a song by The Singing Rabbi, Shlomo Carlebach.

    Performed live in Brotfabrik Theater, Bonn, Germany
    video by Ofer Vazana -

    Yamma in a special trio format:
    Aviv Bahar - leading vocals, guitar, arrangement
    Jonathan (Yonnie) Dror - shofar, flute
    Talya G.A Solan - back vocals

    ממקומך - רבי שלמה קרליבך

    טריו יאמה, ,תיאטרון ברוטפבריק, בון, גרמניה
    צילום ועריכה: עופר ואזאנה -

    אביב בכר -גיטרה, שירה, עיבוד
    יוני דרור - שופר, חליל
    טליה ג. סולאן - שירה קולות רקע

    The text sung is taken from the Kedusha, shacharit prayer for Shabbat and Holidays.

    The text is being said silently together with the last sentence by the
    congregation and sometimes sung out-loud with the chazzan

    Mimkomcha malkeinu tophia,
    vetimloch aleinu, timloch aleinu
    ki mechakim anachnu lach.
    Matai timloch timloch betzion,
    becholl yom beyameinu,
    becholl yom beyameinu, le’olam va’ed tishkon.

    Titgadal vetitkadash
    zohi yerushalayim ircha,
    ledor vador ledor vador ule’netzach netzachim.
    Ve’eineinu tire’na tire’na malchutecha,
    cadavar ha’amur beshirei uzecha, beshirei uzecha,
    v'al yedei David meshiach tzidkecha.

    מִמְּקוֹמְךָ מַלְכֵּנוּ תּוֹפִיעַ
    וְתִמְלוֹךְ עָלֵינוּ כִּי מְחַכִּים אֲנַחְנוּ לָךְ
    מָתַי תִּמְלךְ בְּצִיּוֹן
    בְּקָרוֹב בְּיָמֵינוּ
    לְעוֹלָם וָעֶד תִּשְׁכּוֹן
    תִּתְגַּדֵּל וְתִתְקַדֵּשׁ בְּתוֹךְ יְרוּשָׁלַיִם עִירְךָ
    לְדוֹר וָדוֹר וּלְנֵצַח נְצָחִים
    וְעֵינֵינוּ תִּרְאֶינָה מַלְכוּתֶךָ
    כַּדָּבָר הָאָמוּר בְּשִׁירֵי עֻזֶּךָ
    עַל יְדֵי דָּוִד מְשִׁיחַ צִדְקֶךָ

    ברכת 'הקדושה' הנאמרת בתפילת העמידה של שחרית ומנחה.

    בשבתות ובחגים מושרת הברכה באופן חגיגי, והחזן חופשי לאלתר ולבחור את הלחן שבו ישיר את הקדושה.
    בזמן אמירת הקדושה הכל עומדים, ומצמידים את הרגליים זו לזו, על מנת להידמות למלאכים. מנהג עתיק, הנזכר כבר במדרש תנחומא, הוא שבשעה שאומרים את הפסוקים מתרוממים קצת כלפי מעלה על בהונות הרגליים.
    הקדושה מתארת את מקהלות המלאכים השמימיות מקדשות את שמו של הקדוש ברוך הוא, תוך שהן עונות זו לזו בקול רעש גדול וחזק; אמירת הקדושה בתפילה עי ציבור המתפללים מצטרפת כביכול לדרמה המתחוללת באותה עת במרומים.

    Mimkomcha malkeinu tofia
    From your place, our King, may you appear

    V’timloch aleinu, ki m’chakim anachnu lach.
    And reign over us, for we are waiting for You.

    Matai timloch b’tzion, b’karov, b’yameinu
    When will you reign in Zion? Soon, in our days,

    L’olam va’ed tishkon.
    Forever may you dwell there.

    Titkadal v’titkadash b’toch y’rushalayim ircha,
    May You be exalted and sanctified within your city Jerusalem

    L’dor vador ul’netzach n’tzachim.
    Generation after generation, and for all eternity.

    V’eineinu tirenah malchutecha,
    May Your eyes see Your kingdom.

    Kadavar ha’amur b’shirei uzecha.
    As this matter is expressed in the songs of Your might.

  • Schindlers List - John Williams


    The theme from Steven Spielberg's classic film 'Schindler's List', composed by John Williams for Itzhak Perlman.

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    --- Credits ---
    Violin - Nancy Webb
    Piano - David Webb
    Synth Strings, Audio Mixing, Video - Liam Webb
    Audio Recording, Costumes/Locations - Nathan Webb
    Roadies/Lighting - Peter, Isaac & Rebecca Webb

  • The Jewish Holocaust


    Pics of the holocaust. Music from Schindlers List. Please pray for Israel and her people !!!

  • As der Rebbe Elimelech is gevoyrn asoi freylach


    Provided to YouTube by Warner Classics

    As der Rebbe Elimelech is gevoyrn asoi freylach · Itzhak Perlman/Israel Zohar/Dov Seltzer/Israel Philharmonic Orchestra

    Tradition - Itzhak Perlman plays familiar Jewish Melodies

    ℗ 1987 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

    Conductor: Dov Seltzer
    Orchestra: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Clarinet: Israel Zohar
    Musicians: Itzhak Perlman
    Clarinet, Musicians: Israel Zohar (2, 3, 5, 8)
    Lead Vocals: Itzhak Perlman
    Lead Vocals: Israel Zohar
    Lead Vocals: Dov Seltzer
    Lead Vocals: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Violin: Itzhak Perlman
    Producer: John Fraser
    Tonmeister: John Kurlander
    Arranger: Dov Seltzer
    Composer: Traditional

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  • Peter and the Wolf, Op. 67


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    Peter and the Wolf, Op. 67 · Itzhak Perlman

    Saint-Saëns: Le carnaval des animaux - Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf

    ℗ 2015 Parlophone Records Limited, A Warner Music Group Company

    Orchestra: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Narrator: Itzhak Perlman
    Conductor: Zubin Mehta
    Composer: Sergei Prokofiev

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  • Kaaren Erickson sings Höre, Israel


    Soprano Kaaren Herr Erickson sings the soprano aria Höre, Israel from Part II of Mendelssohn's Elias.

    Here is a link to the scene with the Widow and Elias from Part I:

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  • Reyzele


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    Reyzele · Itzhak Perlman/Dov Seltzer/Israel Philharmonic Orchestra

    Tradition - Itzhak Perlman plays familiar Jewish Melodies

    ℗ 1987 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

    Musicians: Itzhak Perlman
    Clarinet, Musicians: Israel Zohar (2, 3, 5, 8)
    Lead Vocals: Itzhak Perlman
    Lead Vocals: Dov Seltzer
    Conductor: Dov Seltzer
    Lead Vocals: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Orchestra: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Violin: Itzhak Perlman
    Producer: John Fraser
    Tonmeister: John Kurlander
    Arranger: Dov Seltzer
    Composer: Mordechai Gebirtig

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  • Hebrew Music - Hebrew Melodies of the Romantic Era - Isabelle Durin


    Hebrew Music -

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    ---- Hebrew Melodies of the Romantic Era is a collection of songs from renowned composers who combined Western writing methods with Yiddish songs, liturgical music and Hassidic dance tunes. It is a celebration of Jewish music.

  • Jerusalem of Gold


    This Sunday our community will observe Tisha B'av and turn our attention to the city of Jerusalem, mourning the destruction of its temples some two millenniums ago. Here is the most famous love song to Jerusalem, my hometown, sung with my amazing colleagues Cantors Netanel Herstik and Yaakov Lemmer live in Amsterdam for the PBS Special The New York Cantors.

    Jerusalem of Gold and of bronze and of light, to all your songs I'm but a fiddle. -Naomi Shemer (1930-2004).

  • Oifn Pripetchik brennt a feierl


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    Oif'n Pripetchik brennt a feier'l · Itzhak Perlman/Israel Philharmonic Orchestra/Dov Seltzer

    Tradition - Itzhak Perlman plays familiar Jewish Melodies

    ℗ 1987 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

    Conductor: Dov Seltzer
    Orchestra: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Musicians: Itzhak Perlman
    Clarinet, Musicians: Israel Zohar (2, 3, 5, 8)
    Lead Vocals: Itzhak Perlman
    Lead Vocals: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Lead Vocals: Dov Seltzer
    Violin: Itzhak Perlman
    Producer: John Fraser
    Tonmeister: John Kurlander
    Arranger: Dov Seltzer
    Composer: Mark Warshavsky

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  • Pan Flute Classics - Constantin Moscovici


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    00:00 Lonely Shepherd (J. Last)
    04:14 Adagio (T. Albinoni)
    07:37 Ave Maria (J. S. Bach)
    10:17 My Heart Will Go On (J. Horner)
    14:41 Memory (A. Webber)
    19:04 Ave Maria (F. Schubert)
    21:11 Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee (J. B. Dykes)
    25:06 Redeemer of Israel (Traditional)
    28:36 Beautiful Savior (Traditional)
    31:29 Sacrament Offering (F. Mendelssohn, J. H. Gower)
    36:04 Peace, Be Still (H. R. Palmer, J. Sibelius)
    40:33 More, Savior, Like Thee (L. Mason, P. P. Bliss)
    44:48 Because I Have Been Given Much (Traditional)
    49:08 In Humility, Our Savior (R. H. Prichard)
    53:43 Alleluja (R. V. Williams)

    Constantin Moscovici was born on October 2, 1962, in the Republic of Moldova. Following graduation from his home village musical school, Constantin enrolled at the University of Fine Arts “G. Musicescu” in Chisinau.
    He started his professional musical career in 1984 as a soloist in pop group “Legend”, conducted by Iurie Sadovnic. During that period, the band played its own ethno-folk-jazz music. At the same time, Moscovici tried his vocation as a solo pan-flutist in the State Philharmonic Orchestra.
    Afterward, from 1987-1990, as a solo pan-flute player, he took part in the popular instruments music group conducted by Moldovan composer Anatolie Chiriac. Moscovici’s calling card at that time was the famous melody, “The Lonely Shepherd”, composed by James Last. Later (1995-1997) he performed as a solo player with a popular music band of five musicians working under the auspices of the National Palace of Moldova.
    Moscovici’s mainstream success was boosted when he recorded his debut album, “Soul Confessions” (1995). Overall, Moscovici released 15 hit records, most of which are multi-platinum records in countries such as Turkey, Germany and Italy, just to mention a few.
    Along with his artistic career, the artist organizes charity concerts for children, including those with disabilities. He is continuously invited to the most important international touristic and economic fairs to promote Moldovan culture. He is also well known as a manager, organizing and hosting concerts, multinational festivals and events, both in the Republic of Moldova and abroad.
    He has performed all over the world, sharing stages with pop music giants such as as Sir Elton John, Giora Fiedman, Alessandro Safina and Jose Carreras.

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  • Liszt - Mephisto Waltz no. 1 in A major - Daniil Trifonov


    Daniil Trifonov performs Liszt - Mephisto Waltz no. 1 in A major at the Arthur Rubinstein Piano Master Competition (May, 2011, Tel Aviv).

    Since its inception in 1974, the Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition is one of the foremost Piano Competitions in the world. Arthur Rubinstein, who gave his blessing to the competition, headed the jury of the first two competitions (1974 & 1977).
    The competition, is held every three years in Tel Aviv, Israel.
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  • Rachmaninoff - Piano Concerto No. 2, Op. 18


    Rachmaninoff - Piano Concerto No. 2, Op. 18
    Performed by Leonardo Colafelice and the Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra conducted by Giordano Bellincampi

    I Moderato
    II Adagio sostenuto 11:50
    III Allegro scherzando 24:30


    In August 2016, Leonardo Colafelice was awarded the Second Prize in the prestigious Cleveland International Piano Competition and also received 3 special awards: Audience Prize, Best Performance of a Russian Piece, and The Junior Jury Prize.
    Prior to that, Leonardo was awarded with several international prizes: in May 2014, at the age of 18, Leonardo Colafelice was one of the six finalists during the Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition in Tel Aviv. At the end of the competition, he also received three special prizes: Best Performer of a Classical Concerto, Best Performer of a Chopin Composition, and finally, Most Outstanding Pianist up to 22 Years of Age. In October 2014, he was also awarded the A. B. Michelangeli prize from the city of Eppan in Northern Italy.
    Between 2012 and 2013, he won several important international awards: Gold Medal at the Gina Bachauer Young Artists International Piano Competition in Salt Lake City (USA); First Prize at the Thomas & Evon Cooper International Competition in Oberlin and Cleveland (USA); Gold Medal at the Eastman Young Artists International Piano Competition in Rochester (USA); all in 2012. In 2013, he was awarded Gold Medal at the Yamaha USASU International Piano Competition in Arizona, where Martha Argerich herself personally handed him his Award; First Prize at the Aarhus Competition in Denmark; and finally, First Prize at the Hilton Head Competition in South Carolina (USA).
    He was also the First Prize winner at many other international piano competitions including:The Young Pianists of the North International Piano Competition in Newcastle (UK); The International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition for Young Artists in Szafarnia (Poland); The Concours Musical de France in Paris; The International Tournament of Music (TIM) in Verona (Italy); and The Premio Città di Padova in Padua (Italy).
    Born in 1995 in Altamura (Bari), Southern Italy, Leonardo graduated as a pupil of Pasquale Iannone at the renowned Niccolò Piccinni Conservatory of Music in Bari.
    He has been teaching Piano Performance at the F. Torrefranca Conservatory of Music in Vibo Valentia since 2015, and at the age of 22, this makes him the youngest conservatory teacher in all of Italy.
    Colafelice is regularly invited to play in the principal Italian cities including Milano, Torino, Roma, Bologna, Messina, Palermo, Catania, Bari, Padova, Venezia, Verona, Caserta, etc., as well as abroad in various venues in the United States, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Denmark, Switzerland, Poland, Hungary, Israel, Morocco, Turkey, Norway, Chile, and Georgia.
    He has performed with numerous and prestigious orchestras like: The Cleveland Orchestra, The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, The Aarhus Symphony Orchestra, The Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra, The Chile Symphony Orchestra, The Morocco Philharmonic Orchestra, The Orchestra dei Pomeriggi Musicali, The Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto and many more.


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  • Schindlers List


    25th Anniversary Edition
    00:00 Theme From Schindler’s List
    04:16 Jewish Town (Krakow Ghetto – Winter 41)
    08:56 Immolation (With Our Lives We Give Life)
    13:40 Remembrances
    18:00 Schindler’s Workforce
    27:08 Oyf N Pripetshok – Nacht Aktion
    30:04 I Could Have Done More
    35:56 Auschwitz-Birkenau
    39:37 Stolen Memories
    43:57 Making The List
    49:08 Give Me Your Names
    54:03 Yeroushalaim Chel Zahav (Jerusalem Of Gold)
    56:20 Remembrances (With Itzhak Perlman)
    01:01:37 Theme From Schindler’s List (Reprise)

    Additional Music From Schindler’s List
    01:04:37 Schindler’s Workforce (Film Version)
    01:16:48 Reflections
    01:19:27 Theme For Recorder
    01:21:42 Remembrances (Alternate)
    01:26:14 The Perlman Family
    01:27:29 I Could Have Done More (Film Version)
    01:33:26 English Suite No. 2 (Bach)

    Composer: John Williams
    ℗ 2018 La-La Land Records. All Rights Reserved.

  • John Williams/Jewish Town from Schindlers List Flute:Kazuya KAWAKATSU


    The 15th Kawakatsu Wood Wind Quintet Regular Concert

  • Israel in Egypt | Georg Friedrich Händel | June 14 2017


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    Best Classical Music here, and today’s masterpiece is “Israel in Egypt”, by Georg Friedrich Händel. He was a German-British composer born in 1685. He was famous for his operas and oratorios. His family was indifferent to music, so he received a musical training in Hamburg and Italy, before moving to London. He was strongly influenced by the Italian Baroque composers and the middle-German polyphonic choral tradition. “Israel in Egypt” is an oratorio he wrote in 1739. It recycles music from his previous works.


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    I’m Andrei, a fan of classical music. One day, I asked my friends if they knew about Felix Mendelssohn, a very popular composer, but no one of them had never heard his name. Today, people listen to multiple types of music, but only some listen to masterpieces of classical music. When I say masterpiece, I don’t mean Beethoven or Mozart, but hundreds of composers that the world has forgotten about. I find sad that nobody knows about them, so I decided to use YouTube to teach and inform people about these beautiful masterpieces that are waiting for someone to listen to them. Every day, I publish a new video centered around one of them, with a little explanation, and the masterpiece itself, because I think everybody deserves to know and enjoy classical masterpieces.





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  • Naxos Backstage | Violins of Hope


    Violins of Hope is a collection of restored instruments played by Jewish musicians during The Holocaust. These instruments have survived concentration camps, pogroms and many long journeys to tell remarkable stories of injustice, suffering, resilience and survival. The Nashville Symphony is bringing the Violins of Hope to Nashville to facilitate a citywide dialogue about music, art, social justice and free expression.

    Many of the instruments from the Violins of Hope collection were used by the Nashville Symphony to record Jonathan Leshnoff's Symphony No. 4 “Heichalos,” available on Naxos Records in 2019.

    The Nashville Symphony has partnered with more than two dozen local groups and organizations on a community-wide series of events around these instruments, highlighted by an exhibition at the Nashville Public Library. The sound, presence and stories of these instruments will drive the creation of music, visual art, theater, public conversation, interfaith dialogue, readings and educational activities throughout Middle Tennessee.

  • THE CHANUKKAH SONGS RHAPSODY Jewish Songs & best music Festival- Original version by Marina 2020


    The JEWISH SONGS RHAPSODY / CONCERTO / SYMPHONY (Chanukah, Passover, Purim best songs and music ) The Jewish Concerto/Symphony sample (part 1) original song rendition by Marina,
    Performed by Marina and Cantor Ilysia Pierce.
    ( Chanukah, Hanukkah, Chanuka, Hanuka, Channukah, Hannuka
    Other Jewish celebration parts include the Passover / Pesach ( Seder Haggadah songs 2019, Ma Nishtana, Dayenu, chad Gadya, echad mi Yodea, Avadim Hayinu, Eliahu Hanavi ) Rosh Hashanah, Sukkot, Purim, Yom Yerushalayim, Hallelujah, Yerushalayim Shel Zahav Jerusalem of Gold, My Yiddishe Mame, Shavuot, Jerusalem and Rosh Hashanah songs concerto instrumental music and songs. Performed at the celebrate Passover Pesach Haggadah pan Seder of Temple Of the Arts in the Four Seasons Hotel los angeles gala, Purim yinbh suite, The Rosh Hashana film festival, Sukkot Cantata festival,, High Holy Days, Haggada songs ( Ma Nishtana, Chad Gadya ) festival to celebrate Israel 70th anniversary, Prayer Prelude Rancho Park party 2019 World, etc. This video is a part of Marina's project - immortalizing pop, rock and hip-hop music and songs - in classical forms, in appreciation of composers, songwriters, artists and performers for their contribution to Jewish, hebrew, Yiddish, israeli kosher music.

    Award-winning international concert and producer pianist Marina performed her Chanukah Concerto with vocalist Ilysia Pierce, meaning presented by Rabbi David Baron ( special thanks to James Blatt, Charles Axelrod, Dorian Bilak, Matt Lichtenberg, Ray Rosenthal, Ari Ryan, James oss ); at Temple Of the Arts at the Saban Theatre. The Dreidel Song was sung by Larry David Ben Green george cantata (other lyrics ) on Curb Your Enthusiasm play, Rosh Hashanah songs, and Saturday Night Live SNL with Paul Schaeffer gary, and on lamoth South Park, Los Angeles. Marina's project has generated over 15 million video views.
    The Dreidel Song was sung by Larry David George (other lyrics, Curb Your Enthusiasm choir and Saturday Night Live SNL, by Bill A. Jones celebration and on South Park best food, Wilshire;
    Other projeccts include Sinai temple (Rabbi David Wolpe ) American University school, israeli orthodox Emanuel, wax Beth Am synagogue in Los Angeles, Hollywood Temple, Beth El congregation, , Century City, Stephen S. Wise, Young Israel of Beverly Hills yinbh choir with Nati Netanel Baram, Mark Kligman - Kaddish at the Holocaust Remembrance Day event at Cedars Sinai Medical Center ); pacific Palisades, UCLA university, USC, YULA, world's jewish museum organizations, Ford Amphitheater . The project is ranging form pop, rock, hip-hop, electronic, R&B, jewish music freedom songs, theater play let's dance - to classical music. The project includes music by Justin Timberlake, Celine Dion, Barbra Streisand, Mariah Carey, The Beatles, Frank Sinatra, Kanye West returns, beth Sanders waks, Lady Gaga, Rihanna cantor bernie sings

    Marina appeared in Super Bowl Halftime Show, the film Face/Off with John Travolta and Nicolas Cage, produced by Michael Douglas) and on television shows such as The Tonight Show, The Today Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, the amphitheatre, Superbowl halftime show, PBS journal, news broadcasts writers and others. She has performed for presidents and royalty, in Olympic games and Grammy fest philharmonic orchestra events. She has appeared with /in front of well-known artists and personalities such as Sting, Liza Minnelli, Natalie Cole, Jessica Simpson, John Travolta, Tom Hanks, Tom Cruise, Robert DeNiro, Robert Downey Jr., Mel Gibson, Barbra Streisand, Celine Dion, jacob Josh Groban, Roma Downey, Mark Burnett, Will Smith, Larry King, Bruce Springsteen and others.

    Chanukah Songs: The Dreidel Song (Also known as: Chanuka, Chanukah, Channukah, Chanukkah, Hanuka, Hanukah, Hannukah, Hanukkah Jewish music; or: Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel, Maoz Tzur
    Other videos:
    This Chanukah part includes original rendition video in concert
    based on Chanuka / Channukah / Chanukorn / Hanukkah / Chanuka / Hanukah / Hanukkah, Channukah Festival of Lights songs and music such as The Dreidel Song ( I Have a Little dreidel ) and Rock Of Ages (Maoz Tsur) 2018
    Another version is Marina's rendition of The Chanukah Song by Adam Sandler, featured on Saturday Night Live SNL. Marina performed at The Shrine Auditorium, The Hollywood Bowl, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion at The Music Center, The Greek Theater, The Gibson Amphitheater, The Kodak Theater, New York north, Saban Theatre, Sinai Temple, Temple Of the Arts, Temple Emanuel israel synagogue, Beverly jewish arts center, Young Hills Methodist Church journal and others. This video in in celebration of Chanukah ( Chanukkah, Channukah, Hanukah, Hanukkah, Hannukah ), the Festival of Lights choir

  • Bach-Vivaldi/Concerto for 4 Pianos/MultiPiano Ensemble



    MultiPiano Ensemble: Tomer Lev, Berenika Glixman, Daniel Borovitzky, Raviv Leibzirer
    Tel Aviv Soloists Ensemble / Barak Tal - Conductor
    Live / Israel Conservatory Hall, Tel Aviv / October 2013


    MultiPiano is a unique keyboard project, presenting four of Israel’s virtuoso pianists in a celebration of pianos in ever-changing combinations – from one to four pianos, from 4 to 8 hands, with or without orchestra. The ensemble’s repertoire ranges from fully-fledged original masterworks to dazzling virtuoso arrangements.

    Now in its fourth year, the ensemble has already performed on four continents, from Beijing Concert Hall to Buenos Aires’ Teatro Colon, from New-York’s Merkin Hall to London’s Henri Wood Hall, collaborating with such institutions as the English Chamber Orchestra, the Israel Chamber Orchestra, Buenos Aires Mozarteum Argentino and Conciertos Grapa, the Philharmonic Society of Lima, the music festivals of Taipei, Huallien, Ottawa, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, as well as on television and radio networks from Asia to South America.

    The MultiPiano project was launched in the 2010-11 season under the umbrella of the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music – a joint institution of Tel Aviv University and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Featuring three of Israel`s most radiant young pianists and their mentor, Tomer Lev – one of the country’s most prominent musicians – the MultiPiano project attracted much international attention immediately upon its inauguration. In 2011 the group successfully toured the Far East, with performances in Beijing, Taipei, Kaohshiung and Tainan, including a Gala opening of the Kuandu Festival in Taiwan in cooperation with the Israeli Foreign Ministry.

    In summer 2012 the group was presented throughout Latin America’s foremost concert halls in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Peru, including Teatro Colon and the Gran Rex (Buenos Aires), Teatro Del Sodre (Montevideo) and a live broadcast performance in Radio Nacional of Argentina, televised by PBS (TV Publica). Additional presentations included performances for the respected Mozarteum Argentino concert agency, The Philharmonic Society of Lima (opening concert of the Jubilee Festival), Sao Paulo Friends of Tel Aviv University, and concerts in Rosario and Cordoba.
    Shortly thereafter the group performed for the second time in the Far East (Taipei and Hualien International Music Festival).

    In spring of 2013 MultiPiano was presented at the Felicja Blumental Music Festival in Tel Aviv and the Israel Festival in Jerusalem, including solo performances with the Israel Chamber Orchestra (Bach-Vivaldi concerto for 4 pianos) and live broadcasts for Israel Radio (IBA). The Tel Aviv Soloists, Haifa Symphony and the Israel Netanya Kibbutz orchestras hosted MultiPiano for performances of Bach, Mozart, Poulenc and Levanon concerti for 2, 3 and 4 pianos. In addition, the ensemble had its third tour to the Far East (Beijing Concert Hall, Tienjin Grand Theatre, Chengdu Music Hall ).

    In fall 2013 MultiPiano was presented in two North American tours, including performances at Merkin Hall in New York City, as well as in Montreal, Ottawa, and Chicago. The New York Times described their performance as “a celebration of Multi-hands and Multi-keyboards”.

    In Spring 2014 the ensemble toured South America for the second time, as soloists with the Israel Netanya Kibbutz Chamber Orchestra, with concerts in Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Lima and Bogota.
    In Fall 2014 MultiPiano collaborated with the English Chamber Orchestra in a recording of Mozart Concertos for two and three pianos, as well as in a world premiere recording of Mozart’s “Larghetto and Allegro” – a 1781 fragment left unfinished and completed and orchestrated by Tomer Lev for two pianos and orchestra.

  • Itzhak Perlman Tango


    Tango de Itzhak Perlman

  • Berklee Indian Ensemble ft Shankar Mahadevan - 5 Peace Band


    The Berklee Indian Ensemble is delighted to present “5 Peace Band” featuring renowned Indian composer and vocalist, Shankar Mahadevan. Composed by John McLaughlin, “5 Peace Band” was most notably performed by 'Remember Shakti', the reformation of 1970s indo-jazz fusion group, 'Shakti'. Led by John McLaughlin (guitar) and Zakir Hussain (tabla), 'Remember Shakti' included U. Shrinivas (mandolin), Shankar Mahadevan (vocals), and V. Selvaganesh (kanjira, ghatam, mridangam).

    It was indeed an honor for our Berklee Indian Ensemble musicians to reinterpret such an iconic composition, and collaborate on this live performance with Shankar Ji as part of the fourth Berklee India Exchange (BIX) Artist Residency. We also dedicate this video in tribute to John McLaughlin who will receive an Honorary Doctorate from Berklee College of Music on July 10th, 2017 in Valencia, Spain.

    About the Berklee Indian Ensemble:
    Founded in 2011 by faculty member, Annette Philip, the Berklee Indian Ensemble is one of largest and most diverse ensembles at Berklee. Apart from performing original compositions and arrangements, the Berklee Indian Ensemble tours internationally, presents a wide array of South Asian folk, classical, and popular music, and has collaborated with various world renowned artists.

    Shankar Mahadevan:

    Berklee Indian Ensemble:


    “5 Peace Band written by John McLaughlin
    Arranger: Guy Bernfeld
    Shankar Mahadevan vocal solo transcription: Aleif Hamdan and Rohith Jayaraman
    Producer: Artistic Director, Berklee India Exchange: Annette Philip
    Assistant Manager, Berklee India Exchange: Rohith Jayaraman
    Artist Relations: Managing Director, Berklee India Exchange, Clint Valladares

    Berklee Indian Ensemble members:
    Voice: Rohith Jayaraman (San Jose, CA)
    Violin: Layth Sidiq (Amman, Jordan)
    Electric Guitar: Aleif Hamdan (Jakarta, Indonesia)
    Keyboard: Yotam Ishay (Afula, Israel)
    Bass: Guy Bernfeld (Herzliya, Israel)
    Tabla: Giridaran Subramaniam (Bengaluru, India)
    Drum Set: Yogev Gabay (Be'er Sheva, Israel)

    Video Production: Audrey Harrer
    Camera Operators: Audrey H, Kevin Greene, Jeannie Greeley, Joe Barnard, Sam Harchik

    Recorded live at the Berklee Performance Center
    Recording Engineer: Alejandro Rodriguez, Professor, Music Production and Engineering, Berklee College of Music
    Mixing Engineer: Andres González Cardona
    Mastering: Jonathan Wyner #berklee #berkleecollegeofmusic

  • Mozart - Piano Concertos No.20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27


    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) - Piano Concertos 20-27

    A very big « THANKS » to Sony Music who authorized us to release this recording.

    Piano Concerto No.20 in D minor, K.466 Ⅰ. Allegro (00:00)
    Piano Concerto No.20 in D minor, K.466 II. Romance (13:34)
    Piano Concerto No.20 in D minor, K.466 III. Rondo_Allegro Assa (22:31)

    Piano Concerto No.21 in C major, K.467 Ⅰ. Allegro maestoso (30:28)
    Piano Concerto No.21 in C major, K.467 II. Andante (44:27)
    Piano Concerto No.21 in C major, K.467 III. Allegro vivace ass (50:39)

    Piano Concerto piano No.22 K.482, a, Allegro (57:47)
    Piano Concerto piano No.22 K.482, b, Andante (1:10:53)
    Piano Concerto piano No.22 K.482, c, Allegro (1:19:30)

    Piano Concerto piano No.23 K.488, a, Allegro (1:31:20)
    Piano Concerto piano No.23 K.488, b, Adagio (1:41:57)
    Piano Concerto piano No.23 K.488, c, Allegro Assai (1:47:30)

    Piano Concerto No.24 C Minor K.491 1.Allegro (1:55:27)
    Piano Concerto No.24 C Minor K.491 2.Larghetto (2:08:24)
    Piano Concerto No.24 C Minor K.491 3.Allegretto (2:15:23)

    Piano Concerto No.25 C Major K.503 1.Allegro (2:24:47)
    Piano Concerto No.25 C Major K.503 2.Andante (2:39:38)
    Piano Concerto No.25 C Major K.503 3.Allegretto (2:45:48)

    Piano Concerto No.26 D Major K.537 1.Allegro (2:55:10)
    Piano Concerto No.26 D Major K.537 2.Larghetto (3:09:18)
    Piano Concerto No.26 D Major K.537 3.Allegretto (3:15:06)

    Piano Concerto No.27 B-Flat Major K.595 1.Allegro (3:27:00)
    Piano Concerto No.27 B-Flat Major K.595 2.Larghetto (3:40:29)
    Piano Concerto No.27 B-Flat Major K.595 3.Allegro (3:48:17)

    Piano : Lili Kraus
    Vienna Festival Orchestra
    Stephen Simon
    Stréréo recording in 1965-66
    New Mastering in 2017 by AB for CMMR
    Label : Sony (japanese edition)

    During his brief life Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart produced a staggering number of compositions that touched upon numerous genre. Yet, if one were to ask where his most innovative contributions lie, it would arguably be within the realm of the classical piano concerto. The challenge for the late 18th-century composers was that of reconciling the Baroque concerto form’s strongest features (distinct timbral contrats between a solo instrumentalist and an orchestra, plus brillant solo writing) with the new style of sonata-allegro. An accomplished virtuoso himself, Mozart elevated the piano soloist’s function to new levels of expression, technique, and dramatic momentum. Consequently, the piano and orchestra were not merely equal partners, but distinct characters in their own right.

    Mozart’s concertos, however, were far from concert hall staples in the early 20th century. Yet the tide began to turn. A new generation of classically oriented keyboard luminaries, whose ranks included Wanda Landowska, Walter Gieseking, Edwin Fischer and Arthur Schnabel, helped further the cause, as did Lili Kraus. Kraus likened her affinity with Mozart to a mission : ''When I began to explore Mozart, I discovered the infinite beauty of that music, and somehow it is given to me to give life to that beauty. I find it my God-given duty, privilege, and if you like, cross, to consecrate my life to this music.''

    Certain pianists and composers become inextricably linked in the eyes of the public. Mention Glenn Gould, for instance, and Bach’s Goldberg Variations come to mind. Artur Schnabel and Beethoven were virtually synonymous; so were Walter Gieseking and Debussy, Arthur Rubinstein and Chopin, Alicia de Larrocha and the Spanish Impressionists. When it came to Mozart’s piano music, several generations of listeners and collector considered Lili Kraus’s interpretations to be the last word… From the synopsis by Jed Distler

    Mozart - Piano Concertos 9 Jeunehomme,15,16,1,2,3,4,5,6,8 (Century's recording : Lili Kraus/Simon)

    Mozart - Piano Concertos No.11,12,13,14,17,18,19 (recording of the Century : Lili Kraus/Simon)

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart PLAYLIST (reference recordings)

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  • Jewish Folk Song


    Jewish Folk Song.
    Composer: Larry Sitsky
    Performed by Jodee Lipschitz

  • Erwin Schulhoff Sonata - Lior Kaminetsky Keller on Israeli TV


    Lior Kaminetsky (violin) and Anna (Shtyrov) Keller (piano) at the Sounds in the Desert Israeli Festival. Teresinstadt composers' concert, broadcast on Israeli TV and Classical Radio. Piece performed: Sonata for Violin and Piano, by Erwin Schulhoff. A Jewish composer (not from Teresinstadt) who was murdered during the Holocaust.

  • Rozhinkes mit Mandelen


    Provided to YouTube by Warner Classics

    Rozhinkes mit Mandelen · Itzhak Perlman/Israel Philharmonic Orchestra/Dov Seltzer

    Tradition - Itzhak Perlman plays familiar Jewish Melodies

    ℗ 1987 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

    Conductor: Dov Seltzer
    Orchestra: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Musicians: Itzhak Perlman
    Clarinet, Musicians: Israel Zohar (2, 3, 5, 8)
    Lead Vocals: Itzhak Perlman
    Lead Vocals: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
    Lead Vocals: Dov Seltzer
    Violin: Itzhak Perlman
    Producer: John Fraser
    Tonmeister: John Kurlander
    Composer: Abraham Goldfaden
    Arranger: Dov Seltzer

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  • ♥POLAND♥ ~ Marcin Żebrowski & van Eyck


    POLISH BAROQUE (late baroque, pre-classical time in Poland: ) -- Marcin Józef Żebrowski, Magnificat: Suscepit Israel. Elżbieta Towarnicka -- soprano (-- excellent !!!), Marek Stefański -- organ.
    Art: Jan van Eyck, Ghent Altarpiece -- details.
    Marcin Józef Żebrowski belongs among those 18th century Polish composers whose work is only now being discovered. Żebrowski was a member of the musical establishment of the Paulite Fathers at Jasna Góra in Częstochowa, in which he was active during 1748-65 and around 1780 as composer, violinist, bass vocalist and teacher.
    The work of the composer which has come down to us represents a richer output, of which the greatest part is kept in the archives of the Paulite Fathers at Jasna Góra in Częstochowa: thirty entries under twenty one catalogue numbers. Moreover, fragments of Żebrowski's work are to be found in the collections of the following chapel music establishments: the parish musical establishment in Szalowa and the musical establishment of the Dominican Fathers in Gidle.
    In respect of the volume of preserved works Żebrowski belongs thus among the foremost l8th century Polish composers known today. This applies not only to vocal-instrumental, but also to purely instrumental music: his Sonatae pro processione are an exceptionally valuable part of the heritage of Polish instrumental music of the pre-classical period.
    Among the vocal-instrumental works, which form the main current of Żebrowski's output, his Mass compositions deserve particular attention. At present there are five known manuscripts containing his Masses, out of which four, kept at Jasna Góra, are complete, and one - belonging to the collection of the parish musical establishment in Szalowa - incomplete. All the Jasna Góra manuscripts have been preserved in very good condition. These are: Missa ex D, Missa Pastoralis, Missa Pastoritia, Missa in B . -- These compositions were still part of the repertoire of the Kapelle in 1819. Comparing Żebrowski's work with the preserved output of other contemporary composers we can see that he is superior to them in his mastery of compository technique, and above all in inventiveness and creativity in shaping the melodic line.
    Marcin Józef Żebrowski (ur. 1702 w Magnuszewie, zm. 29 czerwca 1792? w Wieluniu -- polski skrzypek i kompozytor. W latach 1748-1765 był członkiem Kapeli Jasnogórskiej w klasztorze Paulinów w Częstochowie, jako kompozytor, skrzypek, śpiewak i pedagog. Tworzył kompozycje instrumentalne (sonaty pro processione) i wokalno-instrumentalne (msze, Pastoritia, Pastoralis, Magnificat, Arie, Duet, ww. Rorate coeli, Mittit ad Virginem, Nieszpory).
    Jego twórczość zalicza się do nurtu wczesnego klasycyzmu z elementami baroku. Częste są w niej nawiązania do polskiego folkloru muzycznego. Jego utwory zachowały się w Częstochowie, w Staniątkach i w krakowskiej bibliotece dominikanów. W zbiorach Biblioteki Jasnogórskiej przechowywanych jest 31 jego utworów.
    Magnificat jest mozaiką tekstów ze Starego Testamentu, zwłaszcza z hymnu Anny (1 Sm 2, 1-10)[1]. Kantyk śpiewany w czasie nieszporów. Nazwa pochodzi od pierwszych jego łacińskich słów: „Magnificat anima mea Dominum („Wielbi dusza moja Pana). Jest to radosna pieśń dziękczynna, oparta na tekstach ze Starego Testamentu, którą według Ewangelii św. Łukasza (1, 46-55) wypowiedziała (lub zaśpiewała) Maryja podczas spotkania ze świętą Elżbietą, krótko po Zwiastowaniu.
    Magnificat anima mea Dominum,
    et exsultavit spiritus meus in Deo salutári meo,

    quia respexit humilitatem ancillae suae.
    Ecce enim ex hoc beatam me dicent omnes generationes,
    quia fecit mihi magna,

    qui potens est,
    et sanctum nomen eius,
    et misericordia eius in progenies et progenies
    timentibus eum.
    Fecit potentiam in brachio suo,
    dispersit superbos mente cordis sui;
    deposuit potentes de sede
    et exaltavit humiles;
    esurientes implevit bonis
    et divites dimisit inanes.

    Suscepit Israel puerum suum,
    recordatus misericordiae suae,

    *Przyjął do łaski sługę Izraela cnego,
    Wspomniał nań, użyczył mu miłosierdzia Swego.

    sicut locutus est ad patres nostros,
    Abraham et semini eius in saecula.
    Mal. Ołtarz Gandawski /Jan / Hubert van Eyck -- fragmenty.
    Sound 1600 kb/s

  • Beigalach - The Soul of the Jewish Violin - Jewish Music


    Famous Jewish music, taken from the album: The Soul of Jewish Violin Jewish music, Yiddish songs and traditional Jewish nigunim

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    For hundreds of years the violin has been the musical instrument most associated with the Jews of Eastern Europe.
    The violin, or fiddle in Yiddish, was the heart of the klezmer band as well as being the honored guest at all Jewish social occasions, both joyous and somber.

    Recorded in Israel

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  • Selections from Schindlers List | John Williams | Brass Quintet


    Selections from Schindler's List by John Williams containing:
    - Schindler's List (Theme)
    - Oyfn Pripetshok
    - Yerushalaim Shel-Zahav

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  • Rzewski - Coming Together Audio + Score


    Frederic Rzewski [1938 - ] - Coming Together [1971]

    Part One: Coming Together [0:03]
    Part Two: Attica [19:15]

    'i think the combination of age and the greater coming together is responsible for the speed of the passing time. it's six months now and i can tell you truthfully few periods in my life have passed so quickly. i am in excellent physical and emotional health. there are doubtless subtle surprises ahead but i feel secure and ready.

    as lovers will contrast their emotions in times of crisis, so am i dealing with my environment. in the indifferent brutality, incessant noise, the experimental chemistry of food, the ravings of lost hysterical men, i can act with clarity and meaning. i am deliberate--sometimes even calculating--seldom employing histrionics except as a test of the reactions of others. i read much, exercise, talk to guards and inmates, feeling for the inevitable direction of my life.'

    … thus wrote Sam Melville, inmate at the Attica state prison in upstate New York in the spring of 1971. Crucial to the audience’s perception of this piece, therefore, must be the otherwise un-noted fact that he died in September of the next year, as a result of a wound sustained during prison riots, in which the inmates successfully, if only briefly, overtook parts of the prison and held guards as hostages. The letter was subsequently published, first in a magazine, where it was read by Frederic Rzewski. Wrote the composer:

    'As I read it I was impressed both by the poetic quality of the text and by its cryptic irony. I read it over and over again. It seemed that I was trying both to capture a sense of the physical presence of the writer, and at the same time to unlock a hidden meaning from the simple but ambiguous language. The act of reading and rereading finally led me to the idea of a musical treatment.'

    Which is to say: it is not an innocent text, nor is it innocently chosen. Indeed, the very circumstances of our reading it render it (regardless of its original context or the intentions of the author) dripping with countless unidentifiable opacities and often hard-to-pin-down ironies -- verbal, situational, and, maybe most poignantly, dramatic, since this narrative subject doesn’t know that he has only a year left to live.

    It is, assuredly, unusual to see such a text used as the basis for a musical composition, so let us briefly consider what is going on in Coming Together, musically speaking. Everything in the piece works to create in the audience some re-creation or distillation of or metaphor for prison life, while simultaneously allowing questions to arise in a listener’s mind as to what the prison itself is a metaphor for. Regarding the materials, there are elements of both composition and improvisation. The never-resting bassline, consisting of an endless, inevitable, inexorable string of 16th notes, is limited to only 5 pitches -- an intentionally simple (equally intentionally populist?), pentatonic collection. These pitches are combined and recombined, subjected to rigorous yet slow-moving processes, such that the bassline remains maddeningly familiar but never predictable. At the same time, instructions are given to the other instrumentalists that grant them a certain amount of freedom as to what to play, while at the same time drastically circumscribing their choices, and, of course, imposing on them a general form that delineates their actions as part of a musical composition. While the metaphorical correspondence between musical material and prison, instrumentalist and prisoner, musical work and day-to-day labor, may seem so one-to-one that it is almost unsubtle and heavy-handed, surely the ease of the evocation of this metaphor in a listener’s mind suggests that it is actually much more. Which is to say: if (this) music can be a metaphor for American prison life in the 1970s, surely it can be a metaphor for many other things as well. If the particular circumstances of inmates at a particular point in history can be “expressed” in music (of all things!, we might say, indignant on our artform's behalf), surely, then we might find echoes and parallels between that situation of confinement and countless others in our existence.

    Bass – Richard Youngstein
    Producer – Mike Sahl
    Vibraphone – Karl Berger
    Piano, Electric Piano – Frederic Rzewski
    Synthesizer – Alvin Curran
    Written-by [Text] – Sam Melville
    Viola – Joan Kalisch
    Trombone – Garrett List
    Engineer – Eddie Korvin
    Voice [Speaker] – Steve Ben Israel
    Saxophone [Alto] – Jon Gibson

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  • Alexis Weissenberg: Bach/Liszt: Prelude & Fugue in A Minor, BWV 543


    Alexis Weissenberg (July 26, 1929 -- January 8, 2012) was a Bulgarian born French pianist. Born into a Jewish family in Bulgaria, Sofia, Weissenberg began taking piano lessons at the age of three from Pancho Vladigerov, a Bulgarian composer. He gave his first public performance at the age of eight. In 1941, he and his mother tried to escape from German-occupied Bulgaria for Turkey, but they were caught and imprisoned in a makeshift concentration camp in Bulgaria for three months. One day, a German guard - who had enjoyed hearing Alexis play Schubert on the accordion - hurriedly took him and his mother to the train station, throwing the accordion to him through the window. The guard told them, Good luck, in German; the next day, they safely arrived in Istanbul. In 1945, they emigrated to what was then Palestine, where he studied under Leo Kestenberg and performed Beethoven with the Israel Philharmonic under the direction of Leonard Bernstein. In 1946, Weissenberg went to the Juilliard School to study with Olga Samaroff. He also consulted Artur Schnabel and Wanda Landowska. In 1947 he made his New York debut with the Philadelphia Orchestra under the baton of George Szell playing Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3. Between 1957 and 1966 he took an extended sabbatical for the purpose of studying and teaching. Weissenberg resumed his career in 1966 by giving a recital in Paris; later that year he played Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1 in Berlin conducted by Herbert von Karajan, who praised him as one of the best pianists of our time. Bryce Morrison, in Gramophone, described his early 1970s recording of the Liszt Sonata in B minor as one of the most exciting and also lyrical renditions of the work.[citation needed] His readings of Schumann, Rachmaninoff, and many works by Frédéric Chopin (including his complete works for piano and orchestra, Piano Sonatas No. 2 & 3, nocturnes, and waltzes) are also very well known. Among his other notable interpretations were those of Johannes Brahms's Piano Concerto No. 1, with Carlo Maria Giulini and Riccardo Muti, (Les Introuvables d'Alexis Weissenberg, 2004), Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2 with Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic, as well as his Piano Concerto No. 3 with Georges Prêtre and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and Seiji Ozawa with the Boston Symphony Orchestra (also with Leonard Bernstein and the Orchestre National de France). His film recording of Stravinsky's Three Movements from Petrushka was also highly praised (January 1965, directed by Åke Falck). In fact, this movie is amongst the most ingenious of classical music film adaptions); when Karajan watched the movie, he immediately called for Mr. Weissenberg to step in for the planned Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No. 2 production, made instead of Sviatoslav Richter)...

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  • Israeli Folk Songs and Dances


    Israeli Folk Songs and Dances, traditional (arr. Francis Kaye)
    I. Song of the Lake
    II. Nights in Canaan
    III. Song of Yearning
    IV. Dance of the Cedar Trees
    VI. Hora

    Evan (flute),
    Jonah (cello),
    Michael (piano).

    California Concert Artists - Summer Festival
    Chapman University
    July 10, 2010

  • Daniil Trifonov: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert


    Jan. 12, 2018 | Tom Huizenga -- When we invited Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov to play a Tiny Desk concert, we rolled out the big guns. In place of the trusty upright, we wedged a 7-foot grand piano behind Bob Boilen's desk in preparation for the artist who The Times of London called without question the most astounding pianist of our age.

    That's a pretty lofty claim, but watch and judge for yourself. His performance here is extraordinary. Still in his 20s, Trifonov seems to have it all: jaw-dropping technique and interpretive skills beyond his age. He's also a composer — the night before his NPR visit, he played his own knuckle-twisting piano concerto at the Kennedy Center here in Washington, D.C.

    But for his Tiny Desk show, Trifonov focused on Chopin, beginning with the mercurial Fantaisie-Impromptu in C-sharp minor, a work that mixes sweeping melody, turbulent passion and wistful repose. Hunching close over the keyboard with feline agility, Trifonov's slender fingers glide effortlessly. He coaxes the instrument to sing tenderly in the slow central section.

    Trifonov follows with a pair of short tributes to Chopin by his peers. Robert Schumann's Chopin accentuates the lyrical side of Chopin, filtered through the German composer's forward-looking harmonies, while Edvard Grieg's Hommage à Chopin offers volatility, lovingly rendered.

    The smartly programmed set is capped with more Chopin, but with a nod to Mozart: the finale from a set of variations based on an aria from Don Giovanni. It gives Trifonov a chance to display his lightness of touch, plus a few pianistic fireworks. Smiling, he treats the tricky filigreed runs and hand crossings as if it were a child's game. Look closely and you can see the piano shake.

    (Daniil Trifonov appears courtesy of Deutsche Grammophon GmbH.)

    Set List*

    Chopin: Fantaisie-Impromptu, Op. 66

    Schumann: Chopin. Agitato (from Carnaval)

    Grieg: Hommage à Chopin, Op. 73, No. 5

    Chopin: Variations on 'Là ci darem la mano' (from Mozart's Don Giovanni) - Coda. Alla Polacca

    *(Selections found on the album Chopin Evocations.)

    Daniil Trifonov (piano)

    Producers: Tom Huizenga, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Alyse Young; Assistant Editor: Alyse Young; Photo: Jenna Sterner/NPR

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  • Piano Top Facial Expression of Famous Pianists #2


    This video is a collection of the most fabulous moments of the best piano artists. I created it just for fun and I hope that you will enjoy it.

    The first part of this video is here (maybe we would call it ASIAN VERSION)

    Below is the list of artists appeared in this video:

    1. Khatia Buniatishvili - Schumann: Klavierkonzert hr-Sinfonieorchester - Liszt's liebestraum no.3

    Khatia Buniatishvili began studying piano under her mother at the age of three.She gave her first concert with the Chamber Orchestra in Tbilisi at the age of six. From the age of ten she gave concerts in Europe, Ukraine, Armenia, Israel and the USA. She graduated from the Tbilisi Central Music School, then entered the Tbilisi State Conservatory in 2004.

    2. Dong Hyek Lim - Bach Concerto pour clavier et orchestre no 7 en sol mineur

    Dong-Hyek Lim (born July 25, 1984 in Seoul) is a South Korean classical pianist. Lim has previously studied with Arie Vardi at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hanover and received the Samsung Culture Scholarship and the Ezoe Scholarship. He currently studies with Emanuel Ax at the Juilliard School.

    3. Evgeny Kissin - Chopin Waltz Op.64 n.2

    Kissin was born in Moscow to a Russian Jewish family. Recognized as a child prodigy at age six, he began piano studies at the Gnessin State Musical College in Moscow. At the school, he became a student of Anna Kantor, who remained Kissin's only piano teacher.

    4. Daniil Trifonov - Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major, K. 488

    Trifonov was born in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia on 5 March 1991. Both of his parents were professional musicians. He began studying the piano at age five, and gave his first concert performance with an orchestra at age eight, losing one of his baby teeth during the performance. He studied under Tatiana Zelikman at Moscow’s famous Gnessin School of Music.

    5. Vestard Shimkus - Liszt La Campanella

    Vestard Shimkus was born on August 21, 1984 in Jūrmala, Latvia. His mother Iveta Šimkus is a published poet and a teacher of literature. His father Gunārs Šimkus used to be an art-rock musician who was active in the 1960s and 1970s and founded the first rock band named Katedrāle in Latvia. His sister, Aurelia Shimkus, is an accomplished pianist and recording artist.

    6. Alfred Brendel - Schubert Op. 90/3

    Alfred Brendel KBE (born 5 January 1931) is an Austrian pianist, poet and author, known particularly for his performances of Mozart, Schubert, Schoenberg, and especially Beethoven.

    7. Fazil Say - Turkish March

    Fazil Say (born January 14, 1970) is a Turkish pianist and composer who was born in Ankara, described recently as not merely a pianist of genius; but undoubtedly he will be one of the great artists of the twenty-first century.

    8. Vestard Shimkus - Gershwin Rhapsody In Blue

    9. David Fray - Bach's Concerto No 5 in F Minor

    David Fray (born 24 May 1981) is a French classical pianist. Voted Newcomer of the Year 2008 by the BBC Music Magazine, Fray has gained attention for his musical interpretation as well as his eccentricities in performance and rehearsal, which were highlighted in the 2008 ARTE documentary about him titled Swing, Sing and Think.

    10. Alice Sara Ott - Klaverkoncert A-mol op 16 (1868)

    German-Japanese pianist Alice Sara Ott has gained critical acclaim for her performances at major concert halls worldwide and has established herself as one of the most exciting musical talents of today. The Guardian, commenting on her recent performance with the London Symphony Orchestra, said that she “gave the kind of gawp-inducing bravura performance of which legends are made”.

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  • Itzhak Perlman Vivaldi The Four Seasons Spring - Sheet Music Play Along


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    Play along with Itzhak Perlman, practice and enjoy playing the beautiful Allegro from Spring Concerto from The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi.

    Violin: Itzhak Perlman
    Orchestra: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra

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    Itzhak Perlman plays and conducts the strings of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra in Vivaldi's Spring from The Four Seasons.

    Spring Concerto Op. 8 No. 1, RV 269

  • Jewish Melodies 7/10 HD


    Oifn Pripetschik -
    Jome, Jome

    Composer: Martin Gerigk (*1972)

    מנגינות יהודיות

    Arrangement of traditional Jewish melodies for clarinet, violin, violoncello and piano

    Clarinet: Sandra Klinkhammer
    Violin: Martin Schminke
    Violoncello: Katrin Geelvink

  • Música de piano relajante , Música Clásica


    Todos conocemos que escuchar cualquier tipo de música produce efectos en nuestro cuerpo, nuestro cerebro y nuestro espíritu. Existen tipos de música que nos estimulan a realizar aeróbicos o bailar toda la noche. Otros tipos de música nos recuerdan momentos de nuestra infancia o algun suceso que marcó nuestras vidas. El punto es que no importa el tipo demúsica, es imposible negar que produce efectos visibles en nosotros.

    Un reciente estudio ha comprobado que el ritmo musical, las melodias y la armonia musical estimulan varias areas particulares del cerebro, lo cual sugiere que la musica puede ser utilizada para ayudar en casos de problemas del habla y en varios tipos de problemas intelectuales vinculados a la vez con el cerebro y con los sonidos. Desde hace bastante tiempo los cientificos estan investigando de que manera afectan la musica y la armonia al desarrollo cerebral, especialmente en aquellas personas que estudian musica y en las que se evidenciaron mayores interconecciones neuronales que en aquellas personas que son indeferentes a la musica o que no estudian ningun instrumento musical.

    Definitivamente existe una biologia de la musica, expreso recientemente el Dr. Mark Tramo de la Escuela de Medicina de la Universidad de Harvard. La musica es biologicamente una parte de la vida humana tanto como lo artistico en si mismo es parte de la pasion humana., agrego. El Dr. Gottfreid Schlaug del Centro medico Israeli de la ciudad de Boston ha reportado que el cerebelo es mas grande de lo normal en estudiantes masculinos de musica clasica que en hombres que no estudian musica.

    El Dr. Schlaug ha utilizado equipos de resonancia magnetica nuclear para comparar los cerebros de 32 instrumentistas clasicos diestros con los de otros 24 hombres tambien diestros que no tocaban ningun instrumento musical. El ha encontrado una diferencia del 5% en el volumen de sus cerebelos. Encontrar evidencia como esta es muy importante. La estructura del cerebro parece adaptarse y predisponerse a la musica. ... Debe dejarse en claro que los musicos mencionados no han nacido con estas diferencias en comparacion con las otras personas comparadas., aclaro en cientifico.

    Una investigadora en neuropsiquiatria del Instituto de neurologia McGill de Montreal, en Canada, ha estudiado las respuestas emocionales a la musica entre gente que ni estudia ni escucha habitualmente musica. Los mapeos cerebrales mostraron que algunas partes definidas del cerebro responden especialmente a la musica armonica pero no a los sonidos mas brutos, vinculados a los ruidos fuertes e inarmonicos. Cuando, en el estudio mencionado, se pasaba de musica placentera y armoniosa a musica menos placentera y mas ruidosa, las areas mencionadas dejaban de mostrar actividad para pasar a mostrar actividad una area especifica del cerebro llamada parahipocampal Gyrus.

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